02-23-2009 09:54 AM
Thanks to everyone here on the forum. I received my CITI MTVu card in the mail today. Called the backdoor # to convert to a better CITI product. The supervisor converted my card to the Diamond Preferred Rewards MC. Easy as can be. This is essentially my first real CC and hopefully will grow with me.
Credit limit= $3,500
02-23-2009 03:30 PM
Thanks! Seems like a nice card to have.
I earn 5 TY points for every dollar spent at grocery, drug stores, and gas stations for first 12 months and then 1 point thereafter.
1 TY point for every dollar spent at all other locations
Can redeem points for travel, gift cards, etc...
02-24-2009 10:40 PM
dies the mtvu card have a limit cap? I like the rewards but don't want to be stuck with student card if the limit caps out like some other banks do(2.5k bofa and 3k cap1)
I don't know if the mtvu card has a cap, but I got one 12/07 with a CL of $2000 and have since gone up to $5500 thanks to three CLIs.
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